Digital citizenship

By: Daymian Hayes

Self image and identity

Digital Citizenship-navigating the digital world safely; responsibly, and ethically


Online ethics-a set of principles and morals governing people’s behavior as it relates to the internet and digital devices

Everyday students use digital media like facebook and snapchat. These are what students do on facebook is posting picture and fight with people when they are chatting. Then there is snapchat all ways taking selfies and talking to strange people.It can have a bad impacted on students.
Oversharing - Digital Citizenship

Digital footprint and Reputation

Digital footprint-one's unique set of digital activities, actions, and communications that leave a data trace on the Internet or on a computer or other digital device and can identify the particular user or device


Consequence- the effect of something that happened earlier

There are consequence by posting thing online. For example posting pictures online that is showing inapparent pics of your body. Then there is a digital footprint that will never go away.
Your Digital Footprint

Relationships and Communications

Image-a representation of someone or something such as a photo or drawing the way someone or something is perceived by other


Double standard- a rule that is unfairly applied to different people or group of people

Most people that are online always treat other people or groups. They all have a double standard to people that are different than them. Then there are people who take other peoples ideas in a picture.
DOUBLE STANDARDS

cyberbullying

target-a person who is the object of an intentional action

up-stander-a person who supports and stands up someone else

by stander-a person who does nothing when they witness something happening

offender-a person who has malicious intent to hurt or damage someone

THE CYBER BULLYING VIRUS
There is always a bully in every school you just have to find them. There is always a person that is the target, up-stander, and a by-stander. Don't be the by-stander always be the up-stander.